(10.09.2021)
SITA has received the CarbonNeutral company certification,
a full year above the original target of 2022.

SITA
reduced its total greenhouse gas emissions by 48%
between 2019 and 2020.

SITA’s path to carbon neutrality and
The formal accreditation includes the cooperation with several independent
Environmental panels. The organization followed the framework of the CarbonNeutral Protocol administered by
Natural Capital Partners, experts in carbon neutrality
and climate finance.

Cooperation with an independent emissions assessor
RSK Group, a comprehensive review of emissions related to
Company and business trips were made to calculate SITAs
CO2 footprint.

In 2020 this was expanded to include many more
indirect emissions from activities such as home work,
which was commonplace for SITA employees during the pandemic.

The
The reduction in SITA’s carbon footprint reflects its actions since
2018 to reduce, eliminate and offset its emissions to achieve
Certification.

Barbara Dalibard, CEO of SITA, said: “We are
We look forward to our carbon neutral goal as part of our
continuous sustainability journey. I want to thank our staff who
were critical to reaching this ambitious milestone, one year
before our original deadline. Be a trusted partner for the air
Transport industry, we are firmly committed to aviation
to reduce its emissions and to achieve its CO2 reduction targets. ”

UN-recognized CO2 neutrality from SITA
Planet program was key to reducing the company’s emissions
with initiatives to create sustainable and
energy efficient workplaces and reduce internal business travel.

SITA also compensates 100% of all CO2 emissions it has
were unable to, by funding projects that help reduce or eliminate them
Reduce and negate existing and future CO2 emissions while
Support of several UN SDGs.
These compensation projects include support for reforestation and
Protect biodiversity.

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